Happy World Autism Day! Don’t forget to email school with photos of you in your bright colours!
Start each day singing and dancing to Go Noodle – Hello song – The children know this very well and love it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzO3aIe0Rps
Go Noodle is free to sign up to online and there are lots of dancing and relaxing songs that may be useful to use at home for extra indoor time.
Every day complete 5 minutes of dough disco to develop fine motor skills. This will help to develop fine motor skills. All you will need is playdough. She is posting live videos every morning at 9.30am on her youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj0shfH3pzhrf3dOrSj_pRw
Mr Tumble I can sing the rainbow song.
Listen and join in. If you haven’t already made a rainbow picture yet draw one or paint one. If you have you could make some more. See if you make a rainbow using different materials and put them on the ground – socks, scarfs, shoes, blankets, empty boxes whatever you have!
Practice saying the sound ‘a’, reading the sound ‘a’ and writing ‘a’. Then go and find things in your house that begin with ‘a’. The video below will help to teach the ‘a’ sound.
Talk about the 2D shapes – circle, square, triangle and rectangle. Play the shape patterns game, selecting level 1 to start.
World Autism Day
Have a look at this wonderful cartoon story that was on channel 5 this morning. The link can be found to it on the Early Years resources page- in the Daisy and Ollie activity park, along with a lovely game that can be played.
I look forward to seeing your pictures!